By: Evan Bindelglass | Curbed NY
World Trade Center site. Photo: Port Authority
Today marks the 13th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, and although the 16-acre World Trade Center complex is far from complete, a substantial amount has been rebuilt, filling a long-empty piece of Downtown. "We all wish we could have gotten it done faster," said World Trade Center developer Larry Silverstein this week, "but that does not diminish the pride we all should feel." The 9/11 Memorial has now welcomed visitors for three years, the first tenants will soon move into 4 World Trade Center, and the crown jewel of it all, the 1,776-foot One World Trade Center will finally open its this fall.
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